Cumberland Evening Times from Cumberland, Maryland on November 28, 1955 · Page 5
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Dill PA-2-4600 for « WANT AD Taker EVENING TIMES, CUMBERLAND, MD., MONDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1955 FIVE 0 W. Va. Sends Salk Vaccine To Counties CHARLESTON, W. Va. WV-State Health Director N. H. Dyer announced today distribution of free Salk anti-polio vaccine to 37 counties which have made plans for administering it. ' He added that the vaccine would be shipped to the state's remaining 18 counties as soon as they forward distribution plans to trie State Health Department. •'Under a recent act of Congress, West Virginia can received up to 8488,27^ worth of the free or public health vaccine 'for distribution to counties on the basis of population within the eligible age group; Counties considered qualified to receive the vaccine ha.ve set up clinics or made provision of vaccination of children up to nine years of age. ' ' Dr. Dyer said today that supplies o! the free vaccine would not be sufficient unless parents begin taking ad vantage -of stocks available to them through private physicians. He explained that "now is a good time Jor children to be vaccinated against polio." : . ..--.' Coonskin Space? .. : MAGNOLIA,. Ark. \S\ — Southern State College's student - operated radio station has a new program. Its title? "Davy Rocket, King of the Space Frontier." ' Assignment: Amerira Female Decor In Male Bedrooms Makes Hubbies Manic Depressives . ; (Mg. 0. •*. fat. O«j "'" • • .. • /'-'... • • NEW YORK (INS). — A discreet hassle is -going on in New York today over the'; vaguely indiscreet question-, of whether too many so- called ."master bedrooms'" are being designed to look like "mistress" boudoirs" — thus turning husbands into manic depressives. : : . William Pahlmann, a noted designer, says that "a man constantly surrounded in his bedroom oy pale lilac walls, off-white taffeta curtains, periwinkle wall-to-wall carpets and pink sheets feels like a fool." . : . He, will "eventually look for repose^ and relaxation elsewhere — preferring an austere hotel bedroom or a club." Dino Levi, a Venetian designer who deals in dainty objects d'art, says that is nonsense. "Even after they are married a long length of time," . he insists HrdatYiilv **fViA tvisii ' liVp f n TPPl Ul CalUllj, LUC HiCLil liAC IU icci that the wife is' a hostess in her own boudoir, and that .he is the guest. Does he want her to give up perfume? . Nor'of. course. Then it reasons he still want her to live in frou-frou.". • Mr. Pahlmann, he noted, is a bachelor. "' most talented bachelor and a likeable fellow," says Dino, "but he is .wrong- when he says the average : businessman is embarrassed by. cupids and ruffles and ribbons. ... "He love them, he love 'Jiem!" We tried to calm down Mr. Levi by pointing but that Mr. Pahlmann perhaps takes the American approach to the bedroom decorating problem, wherers Levi is a European born and bred. European men, we remind him, take a considerably different attitude toward their women. "Ah, crazeee," ^e responded. "I have been in these fine country for 15 years and I think I kiiow about this men. . On the outside, they would not want the men they work for to think they sleep in pistachio sheets under flower print ceiling. But they are kidding the -man they work- with.'- •.• "Perhaps," he- shrugged innocently, ' "they are kidding even themselves?" . •-. . When a man is a bachelor; he went . on, he wants stuffed fish on his walls. : '"But when he is in love, he rather have a tuffed teddy bear Church Lays Cornerstone Trinity Methodist Church laid he. cornerstone of a new $50.000 educational building yesterday. The building iS being erected on he foundation of the old Methodist Episcopal 'Church South .construct- id on Grand Avenue in 1898. • • .Rev. Louis P. Chastain, paster, vas in charge of the service, and Rev. Dr. Harry C. Marsh, Hager* own District superintendent, at ended. . - '.- : ;-';•,^ .-. •'. A sealed copper box containing copies of newspapers,, the church bulletin, a list of members of the congregation, and other memeh- oes of the church • was placed >ehind the cornerstone before the tone was mortored into place. The new building will be of concrete block and brick, have concrete floors and when completed vill have two stories and a basement. It will measure approxi- WHY PAY MORE? TO 67 LAYAWAY YOUR GIFTS NOW WHILE SELECTIONS ARE COMPLETE -r.-Limiii-.-Trr A • ' ' . SAVE MONEY ON MIXERS, TOASTERS AND OTHER ITEMS • ' n .-^r,. '0 l....-.|-.. m AH Items Are In Factory Cartons And Are Fully Guaranteed DISCOUNT SALESi 6-10 Baltimore St.. . Next to W. Md. Rwy. Dial PA 2-5357 OP his bed." Asked what his own "master bedroom" decor consists of, Dino took on a beautific look; Ah, he said, it is all turquoise with egg-shell draperies/'and has a blue chandelier, a blue bed extra large, a chaise lounge, two armchairs • and shapely imported secretary—which is - not what you thought; or I thought, but is a writing: desk for his wife;'.. He says his own bedroom color. blue, is currently the most popular ! shade in today's feminine-decorat- jecl mas'ter bedrooms. "A few years -ago, the color was pink — and . will agree with Mr. Pahlmann, tha a man does look'a bit-shocking all in pink." . To sum up, Dino assumed a look of out-and-out outrage: "It is unfair for a man" to tell a woman how to do her bedroom The rest of the modern house is so I functional —'she must have a refuge, a show-off- place for her femininity. When she is in her bed room with the silk and fluff, she can-be the girlhe fell.in love with all over again. "And if a room has happiness and romance, can the decor be wrong?" - . . Operating Engineers To Have Dinner Dance The annual dinner of Local 37-B Operating Engineers .Union (AFL) will be held Saturday at 6:30.p. m at the American Legion Home in Frostburg. . -.' . '."-. Edward J. Ryan, local attorney will be the principal .speaker a the brief program which will follow a turkey dinner. ' Guests will include Mayor am Mrs. Perry Myers, leaders in the construction industry of the-area and officers of Maryland Local 37 Operating Engineers. William F. Carder will be maste: of ceremonies. Dancing will follow, according to Harry Hickle, business agent. County Farm Income Listed At More Than Million Dolldrs •Income from some A farming sources in Allegany County totaled more than $1,050,000 in 1954. according to the census of agriculture. ' -'•.-.•.- .."'• :•'.,. These totals are apparently far from complete because the census report has no figures oh the income, from such commodities as turkeys, certain grains and fruits. Biggest .income cited in the census is from the sale of milk, where 78 farmers reported selling 9,299,462 pounds of milk for S371.391. Sev- enty-four dairy farmers also got 515,993 from 30.230 pounds of butterfat sold last year Allegany County farmers realized $216,312 from the sale of poultry and..poultry products. Twenty-one farmers'told the census taker they sold 131.879 broilers for a total of $91,522. Hens, roosters and pullets from 125 farms in the county brought their owners an income of $20.904. Some 210 farmers.reported that they sold a total of S224.S33 dozen eggs in 1954 for 5103,886. The census indicates an increas- u interest in turkey raising but on 377 farms last year brought an income of $260,067, which is slight-! ly above the S258,915 reported in 1949. Cattle brought in $155.025, calves $43,548, hogs and pigs $53;733, sheep and lambs $4,440 and horses and mules $3,321. Eiglity-seven county farmers told ( the farm census enumerator that! Parents Must Pay there are no figures on returns p O r Children's Full Woman Feels 'Lucky* After Finding Snake HARRISBURG, Pa. If, — Mrs. Bertha Peffer stooped down to remove a stone from the path of herJThanksgiving and Christmas mar 'lawn mower and picked up a 27-jkets a year ago. The figures show inch copperhead. 126 farmers raised turkeys, corhpar- Her screams brought a neighbored with only 19 in 1949 and they had from their sake, possibly because the enumerator interviewed them before the turkeys were sold for mately 68 feet by 39 feet. The basement will house a dining . • -, room, kitchen, storage room and urnace room. Occupying the first loor will be a large room which be used for overflow attendance at services, the room being connected to the sanctuary by a biding door; a choir room, prayer meeting room and rest rooms. On! the second floor of the new Building -will be an office, audi- :orium and classrooms, Rev.- Chas;ain said. , -. ., . • Comprising the church's building committee are James H. Garland, chairman; David Watson, assist ant, Dr. C. E. Durrett, C. W. Nickel,. P. E. Nixon, Dclbcrt Proudfoot, AUean Reuschell, Philip Reuschel, Oscar Swartley, Joseph Wagner and C. Glenn. Watson. running. He killed the snake and hauled it away. "I feel terribly lucky," Mrs. Pef- Replacenient Service -.CHARLOTTE, -N. C. (ff> — A thief entered the home of Fred Hood and took a pair of new shoes. He left behind his own badly worn pair. . . DESCRIPTIONS DELIVERED FREE • Four Registered Pharmacists • AH Prescriptions • ' triple i^ ^ i^ Checked Prescripf/'onj On File trom 1898' Walsh & McCagh PHARMACY 101 N. 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